A Princes Town man who uttered a forged Guardian General certificate of insurance, has been fined $1800 or serve four months’ hard labour, after appearing before a San Fernando Magistrate yesterday.
Ramchan Ramdass, 62, of Perry Young Road, Princes Town, pled guilty to the charge of uttering a forged document, when he appeared before Senior Magistrate Cherril-Anne Antoine, at the San Fernando 1st Magistrates’ Court, on Monday 14th May, 2018.
A 45-year-old man has been ordered by the court to spend the next two years attending anger management sessions after showing a middle finger to a police officer.
Kerry Yard of Marabella was charged with the offence of using an insulting gesture intended to provoke police officer Quinton Cupid to commit a breach of the peace, under section 49 of the Summary Offences Act.
Yard pleaded guilty to the charge.
Magistrate Kerrianne Byer told him that he angered the police officer which could have led to the policeman breaching the peace.